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Dec 24, 2012 11:00pm PST
>> rose: welcome to the program. he tonight a conversation about the film les miserables. we'll speak with tom hooper, anne hathaway and hugh jackman. >> what i was trying to protect is what makes it emotional. and when you lip sync to playback even if you do it brilliantly there is a falsity that is not official y'allity, which the audience has to reforgive during a movie. even the great movie musicals you forge t in a ght comedic musical this is fine am but with something about such raw emotions i didn't want the audience forgiving the actors doing this. and secondly if we do it live, and we did it with a live piano accompaniment, you get the power back to the ackers. the actors can be completely in the moment. >> rose: we continue with a look at the new movie called the impossiblement we'll talk with naomi watt its, ewan mcgregor and the director, and maria belon. her life is the subject of the film. >> it's anncredible movie. i see it and i can realize, i mean people can feel what was the beginning of being there, just the line that begins, you know, all the horror and th
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Dec 23, 2012 8:30am PST
are failing miserably. we have no leadership-- you guys do. >> hinojosa: so i want to get back, and we've just got a couple of minutes left, about... >> no, extend to an hour. bump one of your other programs. >> hinojosa: but how do we... you know, what is it? is there a... you know, should the president say, "we are going to have a national forum. we're going to put this out there; we're going to talk about it..." >> i don't believe in change coming from above. i believe in change coming from within, from below, from inside. i believe in dialogue that is not made through a commission like clinton had to explore race. i mean, we could have all those commissions, and the commissions are going to produce a document and pass it around and we, the intellectuals, are going to say, "yes," or "no," applaud it or condemn it, and then that's it. there has... the change has to be in the classroom in the elementary schools, in the middle schools. i think the classroom is a laboratory of... of conflict, of clashes. if we don't use the classroom to debate courageously ideas-- ideas we might not like-- noth
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Dec 27, 2012 11:00pm PST
. this was 1999 and i was like, well most of my friends miserable at their desk jobs working in sweet or law and i'm going to pursue something that i at least enjoy doing, and that was cooking. >> rose: you liked it? >> i liked it. rose: what did you like about it? >> that you could work with something and get better at it and sort of just taste and -- you're creating something, using your hands. it's something that was just the direct polar opposite of what i was doing in college or what i was being groomed to do which i had no idea. cooking was something i felt i had had an honor in. it was like a real craft. if i had more dexterity i would have been like a -- i don't know, a cooper or something like that. >> rose: or a surgeon. >> yeah, a surgeon. >> rose: (laughs) >> so you're -- you went about cooking and you got a series of jobs, including japan. >> yes. >> rose: and how influential was that? >> it was life changing. life changing. >> rose: life changing. >> yeah. i had a small stint teaching english in japan and i promised myself i'd go back to japan to do it right and to absorb the food cu
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